This week we’ve partnered with Jessie Sparks to look at the best advice for landlords looking to renovate their student lets.
The government has temporarily adjusted the process for carrying out right to rent checks due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, allowing checks to be carried out over video calls and tenants to supply scanned copies or photos of documents rather … Continue reading
A huge focus shift from changes in the political landscape to the health and well-being of the population is having a huge impact when it comes to uncertainty. But, as proven during the major financial crisis in 2008, uncertain times … Continue reading
*PLEASE NOTE* This feature will be updated as and when any advice is formally issued by health officials and the Government.* As part of our duty of care to landlords and tenants alike, please see below for our latest update … Continue reading
The bane of a landlord’s life (amongst other things including lack of time) is the void period of any given property. The dreaded time frame between a transition of tenants, whilst a property sits on the market with no rental … Continue reading
For property investors, seeking out areas where demand is high and supply is low offers a significant advantage when it comes to attracting prospective tenants to your rental property. With Spring just around the corner, 2020 has already offered some … Continue reading
As a landlord, finding the right tenant for your property in a timely manner will always be at the front of your mind in a bid to minimise void periods. Whilst marketing your property does plenty of the legwork in … Continue reading
In the aftermath of the recent weather, properties across the North West have been covered in snow, pelted by hail, soaked through torrential rain and battered by turbulent winds. With the unpredictability of the British weather seemingly one of the … Continue reading
Abode are delighted to have teamed up with WLM Consulting to take a look at the Greater Manchester property market over the last five years.
The beginning of February marks the end of the 31st January deadline to submit your self-assessment tax return for the year ended 5 April 2019. As a result of hundreds failing to meet this deadline however, some landlords face a … Continue reading